Anche lei in Italian means "even her" in English.
According to SDL translation it means: "the beauty you hung of her always also". Here is the link: http://www.freetranslation.com/
Anche a te! in Italian is "You too!" in English.
Anche qui in Italian means "also here" in English.
Did you mean "vengo anch'io"? It basically means "I'm coming too".
That isn't Spanish. Try Italian...
"You are beautiful too!" in English means Anche tu sei bello! to a man, Anche tu sei bella! to a woman, Anche voi siete belli! to men and Anche voi siete belle! to women in Italian.
Even if late is an Italian equivalent of 'anche se in ritardo'. In the word by word translation, the adverb 'anche' means 'also, even, too'. The conjunction 'se'means 'if'. Together, 'anche' and 'se' mean 'even if'. The preposition 'in' means 'in'. The masculine gender noun 'ritardo' means 'delay'.
Mi manchi tanto anche? in Italian means "Do you also miss me lots?" in English.
Buona notte anche a te! in Italian means "Good night to you too!" in English.
"Also" in English is anche in Italian.